Re: [Kde-accessibility] KDE Accessibility - sorry, off topic.

[ Bill Haneman ]
> Actually, my point is that this affects ALL use cases of on-screen
> keyboards.

I don't see why this should be the case.

Imagine a case where an on-screen keyboard is used for entering text in 
another language - not as a keyboard replacement, and without need to work 
within menus.

Or a case where the on-screen keyboard simulates neither key presses nor mouse 
events, but is only used for starting applications or scripts.


Olaf Jan Schmidt, KDE Accessibility co-maintainer, open standards 
accessibility networker, Protestant theology student and webmaster of and

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